13th July 2018

Oireachtas Pre Budget Presentation 2018 Speeches

  (Featured from the left: Georgina Jackson, Aideen Howard, Eoghan Carrick, Cian O’Brien, Isabel Nolan, Niamh Smyth TD, Jo Mangan, Liz Nugent, Eugene Downes, Angela Dorgan, Tom […]
11th July 2018

National Campaign For The Arts Launch Pre-Budget Submission 2019

National Campaign for The Arts (NCFA) is calling on the Taoiseach to make good on his much publicised commitment to double investment in the Arts and […]
16th June 2018

Cultural Funding and Investment in the News

An excellent article in the Irish Examiner by Gerard Howlin: Supports for artists’ R&D will see Ireland reap benefits globally “Using arts to support Ireland is […]
28th April 2018

Press Release: NCFA shares concern at cancellation of discussion events and removal of artworks

NCFA shares the serious and widespread concern expressed at the recent cancellation of discussion events and removal of artworks, and at the larger implications both of […]
23rd April 2018

Project Ireland 2040

The NCFA was pleased to hear the Taoiseach say that “our culture is who we are”, describing this element of Ireland 2040 as “innovative and ambitious”. […]
15th March 2018

Social Welfare Pilot Scheme for Artists

National Campaign for the Arts is continuing to work away at lobbying across parties, departments and agencies. Chair Jo Mangan was on Newstalk this morning discussing […]
8th February 2018

Tania Banotti appointed director of Creative Ireland

Many congratulations to one of the main drivers of the whole National Campaign for the Arts movement Tania Banotti, who will be taking over at the […]
8th January 2018

Time to stop feeling guilty about investing in the arts

 IRISH EXAMINER: Time to stop feeling guilty about investing in the arts Very Interesting article in the Irish Examiner by Declan Jordan. Declan is director of […]
29th October 2017

Some more press about Creative Ireland

Irish Times: Arts funding: a shallow gesture Irish Times: Heather Humphreys response to The Irish Times editorial. Hotpress: Governments budget a disappointment for the Arts sector claims […]
29th October 2017

NCFA condemns sexual harassment in the workplace

The NCFA joins with colleagues in the theatre community in condemning sexual harassment in our workplaces. The widespread news coverage of such issues in several sectors, […]
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